Bellumium is the 223rd element in the periodic table. It has 223 protons, and 344 nuetrons, giving it an atomic mass off 567amu. It is the third liquid of the table, joining Bromine and Mercury. Bellumium is the purple liquid that Bellum, the evil life force-sucking squid in the game Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, floats around in, spits at people, and that foams out of his mouth.
Bellumium in large quantities has the abillity to turn into moving eye stalks that attack you.
To much exposure to this element can cause Bellum AIDS, which makes you crave root beer, want to talk in a British accent, and more.
Bellumium is very dense and sticky, and is what they use to make ductape, Mighy Putty and Epoxy. Very low amounts is used to make regular tape, and Bellumium will cause your Shamwow to stop working
A year that will surely kick ass for video games.
2007: Unreal III, Halo 3, Metal Gear Solid 4, Super Smash Brothers: Brawl, WoW: Burning Crusade, Mario Galaxy, Crysis, Metroid Prime: Corruption, Legend of Zelda: The Phantom Hourglass, GRAW 2, Disaster: Day of Crisis, Project HAMMER, Resident Evil, Devil May Cry 4, God of War 2, STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl, Bioshock, SPORE, Hellgate: London, Mass Effect, GTA IV, SSX Blur, Alan Wake, Killzone 2, Assasins Creed, GOD TOO MANY TO FUCKING NAME.
|3.||The Legend of Zelda|
Created by Shigeru Miyamoto, the Legend of Zelda is a video game namely for the Nintendo company. The story consists of a young boy named link who lived his childhood in a place named Kokri Forest in the land of Hyrule. The forest is based around a large tree named The Great Deku Tree. The tree decides to give Link a fairy who's name is Navi. Once Link is given his fairy and is told by the Great Deku Tree of an evil man named Ganondorf, he embarks on a grand journey to find the triforce and stop Ganondorf from one day ruling the land of Hyrule.
The Legend of Zelda games, in order of release.
1. The Legend of Zelda. 1987 (NES)
2. The Adventure of Link. 1988 (NES)
3. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. 1992 (SNES)
4. The Legend of Zelda: Links Awakening. 1993 (Game Boy)
5. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. 1998 (N64)
6. The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. 2000 (N64)
7. The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages/Seasons. 2001 (GBC)
8. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past/Four Swords. 2002
9. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. 2003 (Gamecube)
10.The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap. 2004 (GBA)
11.The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. 2006 (Wii, GCB)
And coming soon is, The Legend Of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass for the DS.
The Legend of Zelda is awesome.
When a e-mail inbox, video game(informational) websites' updates/reminders, and your mind, are full of new releases and upcoming video games titles, and you can't keep up with all of the information.
"Man there is so much games coming out like, Halo 3, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass and Rock Band, that I'm having a major gaming overload."
Large, lizard-like creatures usually found in caves in the Legend of Zelda series.
Since the original Legend of Zelda, Dodongos have had one, main attack: spewing fire from their mouths. They are invulnerable to any form of physical attack besides their weak tail, which you stab when it's preparing to torch Link.
There are royalties in the Dodongo family, such as King Dodongo. To kill these beasts, Link has to throw a bomb into their mouth before they spit fire. Doing this will make the bomb explode inside the creature after it's been ingested. (I believe this tactic also works with regular Dodongos).
After the Great Flood, it is unknown if Dodongos and Gorons were brought together. This matter sprung up from the fact that, in the Phantom Hourglass, Dongorongo had Dodongo AND Goron features. However, this is just one of my thoughts and nothing more or less.
"The real Dodongo. Their weakness is the tail. Wait until they
use their fire breath attack, then hop around behind them and slash like crazy.
They might swipe their tail to turn around quickly. If so, either use the Deku
Shield to block this attack as Young Link, or simply backflip out of the way."
1. A video game character present in the post-Hyrule Zelda mythos, appearing in the game The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. He owns a steamboat, which forces Link to join on Linebeck's neverending search for treasure in order to have transportation around the oceanic world. Linebeck is incredibly arrogant and greedy; he used to have a romance with the pirate Jolene, who he indirectly dumped after stealing her treasure and running away. His gravestone can be found in the following game, Spirit Tracks, as well as his grandson, Linebeck III who also possesses the trademark Linebeck greed, cowardice and incredibly sexy mustache.
2. Any arrogant, cowardly and greedy person, especially with a sexy mustache.
Linebeck has a tendency to cause more problems for Link than he solves.
He is always looking for easy money but he won't work for a dime. He's such a Linebeck.
A term used in The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. It was coined by one of the main characters (Linebeck) and is used as a kind of pet name for Link, the other protagonist of the game. The term was first used in a letter from Linebeck to Link, and has been used by yaoi fan-girls who slash the two characters ever since.
Thanks for working like a dog for me, you Treasure Dog!